While celebrities are no strangers to dressing up in outlandish getups, Halloween serves as the perfect opportunity to take things up a notch. From the exceptionally elaborate to the cleverly creative, each year Tinsel Town proves unmatched in whipping up the most dazzling costumes the world has ever seen.

So while you slowly come down from that sugar high, wipe off the remaining dregs of face paint and get back to that Monday office grind, take a look at what some of our favorite celebs wore and let us know who you think owned Halloween this year.

Travis Scott as a satanic HM x Balmain hype machine

A-Trak as DJ Khaled

Beyoncé, Jay Z & Blue Ivy as Coming to America

Heidi Klum as Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Kendall Jenner as Lady Karl Lagerfeld

Marc Jacobs as a (literal) camel toe

Nick Young as a gift from God

Miley Cyrus as a "crinkled a$$ toof"

Snoop Dogg as a dog

Jhené Aiko as a vampire cheerleader

Jennifer Lopez as a "haute couture" skeleton (whatever that means)

Emily Ratajkowski as Marge Simpson

Justin Bieber as Jackie Moon from Semi-Pro

Kylie Jenner as a ninja warrior

ScHoolboy Q as a joint

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as Popeye

Nicki Minaj as a sparkly ballerina princess

Gwen Stefani as a bloodied cowgirl

The Game as Jidenna

Kim Kardashian as herself (naturally)

Ariana Grande as a cow

Taylor Swift as Olaf from Frozen

Ciara as Catwoman (or maybe Batgirl?)

Katy Perry as a dropped mic

Ellen DeGeneres as the long lost Kardashian sister, Karla

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